Backsplash Kitchen Tiles are the perfect way to spruce up a boring and monotonous kitchen!
Different patterns and colours of tiles accentuate and pique the interest of a user. Backsplash kitchen tiles suit any type of kitchen aesthetic. I personally favour blue kitchen tiles for backsplash areas as they invite an earthy vibe. This backsplash tile against grey or white cabinets would give the kitchen a perfect look, accentuating the cabinets while providing enough interest to keep the eyes busy.
Now, if I want to achieve the same look that backsplash kitchen tiles give at a lower budget, I’d opt for vinyl rolls. These have the same appearance as tiles but are actually vinyl sheets that can be stuck on the walls. While they don’t provide the same textures as typical tile would, these are the best way to make kitchen walls interesting on a budget.
And what more, they can be done perfectly without the help of professionals. The Cube Marble Mosaic Tile would give the appearance of marble mosaic but is in fact just a vinyl sheet!
A common backsplash kitchen tile is the subway tile that comes in a large variety of colours, textures and looks. For a minimalistic kitchen design, subway tiles are the way to go. They have a clean and minimal look.
Subway tiles usually come in sizes of 3” x 6” in many different varieties. Some have the appearance of glass, with a smooth almost transparent glaze on top, some appear to be textured and these also come as vinyl sheets if one is under a budget. The best part about subway tiles is that they are inexpensive, light in weight and easy to install.
They can be a personal DIY project, to give the kitchen a simple yet aesthetic look.
Some tiles also have the appearance of real materials like marble, copper and wood. I would really recommend using tiles like these to achieve a realistic appearance!
Using wood or marble textured vinyl tiles are the best way to exude a feeling of luxury. Both would pair perfectly with dark wooden cabinets.
A way to make the kitchen unique from others is using tessellated backsplash tile patterns. Tiles not only come in squares and rectangles but also hexagons, diamonds, curved shapes and basically in any types of patterns that can create a repetitive look using one shape.
Different shaped tile patterns really pique interest and make the space feel unique. While I love the classic look, going for something different that blends in the aesthetic and appearance like patterned tiles is a bold move.
The best part about Backsplash Kitchen tiles is just the sheer variety of them. Not only does it come in so many colours, shapes and sizes but also comes in so many textures, ways of application, alternative materials and more!
Knowing the right one to choose will really set a kitchen apart that makes the heart of the home worth using.